• Taichung Confucius Temple

    No. 30號, Section 2, Shuangshi Road, North District, Taichung City, Taiwan 404 .

    The Confucius Temple nearby Yizhong shopping district is a rarely seen palace-style architecture of the Song Dynasty. It open to the public, welcoming visitors to learn about the history, artifacts and the architecture of the Confucius Temple.

  • National Museum of Natural Science

    No. 1號, Guanqian Road, North District, Taichung City, 404 .
    The National Museum of Natural Science is a national museum in North District, Taichung, Taiwan. 

  • Pacific Department Store Feng Yuan

    No. 2, Fuxing Rd., Fengyuan Dist., Taichung City 420, Taiwan (R.O.C.) .
    A heart to give back to hometown created the birth of a happy store! In November 1991, the Fengyuan Store of Pacific Department Store lit up the streets in anticipation and exclamation. When the mermaid clocks the hour on the hour, you will always see the happy smiling faces of the children looking up. WHERE FASHION MEETS FUN. We continue to modify and adjust to become a local indicator of ever-changing fashion. Looking forward to 4 Best~ Best Product, Best Price, Best Price, Best Service, Best Service, Best Atmosphere, and the best environment combined with business circles, active in public welfare, full of marketing power in the prosperous region, and look forward to creating charm with you City, moving corner.

  • Huludun Cultural Center

    No. 65, Section 2, Yuanhuan North Road, Fengyuan District, Taichung City, Taiwan 420 .

    Huludun Cultural Center is located on Yuanhuan E. Rd. Boasting a collection of local artifacts of cultural significance, displays of the artifacts are scheduled annually. In addition to guiding services, the center also hosts interesting cultural fairs and occasional art exhibitions. It is a recreational space for the citizens.

  • Fengyuan Tzu Chi Temple

    No.179, Zhongzheng Rd., Fengyuan Dist., Taichung City .

    The famous Miao Dong Night Market in Fengyuan refers to the “Tzu Chi Temple.” It was established during the Qing Dynasty. It is for worship to Heavenly Holy Mother. It is an important religious holy land for the local Fengyuan residents. The dragon-style architecture consists of three halls and two doors. It is located in the South facing the North. A banyan tree sits in front of the temple, with a pair of giant copper lions donated by the local enterprises. They are filled with a solemn spirit.
    After many renovations and many years of maintenance, Tzu Chi Temple has preserved many precious historic relics. 

  • Miao Dong Night Market

    Lane 167, Zhongzheng Road, Fengyuan District, Taichung City, Taiwan 420 .

    Miao Dong Night Market is located nearby Tzu Chi Temple in Fengyuan District which encompasses Zhongzheng Road, Boaai Street, Fuxing Road and Xinyi Street. Fuxing Road Shopping District that revolves around Fengyuan Matsu Temple is the main shopping area for residents in mountain line areas in Taichung.

  • Hou-Fong bike path

    Houli Bikeway, Houli Dist., Taichung City .
    Once ever the Taiwan Railway stretching from north to south along the mountain area, Hou-Fong bike path starts under the elevated bridge of National Highway No. 4, passing Tunnel No.9 and Dajia River Steel Bridge, and ends in Houli Horse Ranch. The total length of the bikeway is 4.5 kilometers, giving tourists a glimpse into the history of Taiwan Railway.

  • Okumacenter

    No. 11, Section 3, Zhongshan Road, Tanzi District, Taichung City, Taiwan 427 .
    A young man who has enthusiasm of fishing with his partners from fishing tackle factory who met at work and have same goal because they all love fishing.In 1986,They startup their ambition and promise, they expect to promote the fishing culture in Taiwan by their hard work and make fishing to be the main leisure activity. Therefore, they spend about thirty years to make their dream come true, Okuma Center, which born at Tanzi District in 2019.

  • Houli Horse Ranch

    No.41, Sihshan Rd., Guagnfu Village, Houli District, Taichung City .

    Houli Horse Ranch is the government- operated one with the longest history as well as quite good standard in Taiwan. It was established in 1952 and subordinated to the stallion ranch owned by the Ministry of National Defense R.O.C., aiming to improve, breed the species of horses to meet the military and civil uses, and further continue the national army ranger system. As time goes by, Houli Horse Ranch is a recreational ranch nowadays. Though with its more modern equipments and multi-uses, it still well maintains the historical buildings and nostalgic atmosphere of the Japanese-ruling era.

  • Lien Cheng Saxophone Museum (Musical Instrument Factory)

    No. 330-1, Gong'an Rd., Houli District, Taichung City .

    aiwan's first purely handmade saxophone was created by Mr. Chang, Lien-Chang. Mr. Chang accidentally came across a burned and destroyed saxophone. Based on his knowledge of fine brushwork, he set out to learn how to make a saxophone. Little by little, from self-study, research, and drawings of the musical instrument's parts, he accomplished what seemed impossible - creating the first Made-in-Taiwan saxophone from scratch - and later made Houli a town well known for its saxophone production.

    The Lien-Chang Musical Instrument Factory (Chang, Lien-Chang Saxophone Museum) was established by Mr. Chang's grandchildren decades after he passed away to commemorate his contribution of giving Taiwan a firm place in the history of musical instrument making. Among the museum's collection are a basso saxophone engraved with "LIEN CAN" on its surface and an old saxophone made in the forties. The museum also demonstrates the different steps of saxophone-making and Mr. Chang's calligraphy works.

  • Rainbow Military Dependents’ Village

    Ln. 56, Chun’an Rd., Nantun Dist., Taichung City .

    The rainbow military housing is in Nantun, Taichung. One of the retired soldiers paints on the wall with paints. However, the housing is facing problem of dismantling for the government’s city plan. There are over 3 thousands of people supporting the rainbow military housing in only 2 days. The retired soldiers started to paint since September, 2008. He paints his dream out on the wall and brings a new life to the military housing. As a result, many people call him Grandpa Rainbow. The spot attracts many people on weekends. The city government declared that the painting is worth to preserve and they will modify their city plan.

  • Dongshih Forest

    6-1, Tung Wo Lam Tin Street, Dongshi Dist., Taichung City .

    Dongshih Forest Garden is a low altitude forest home to a variety of animals and plants. It includes natural forest, man-made forest, pure forest and mixed forest. There are forests of cedar trees, tung oil trees, maple trees, Taiwan acacias and plum trees. In early spring, cherry blossom trees flourish in baby green. Fireflies sparkle like thousands of twinkling stars towards the end of spring. Then, all greeneries thicken in summer while tung oil trees bloom in snowy white and Hercules beetles celebrate on top branches. In fall, the mountains are colored by yellow tung oil leaves and red maple leaves. In winter, leafless branches create such desolate beauty.